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|LoRad Screened Mains Flex,
Lorad 3x1.5 & Lorad 3x2.5
LoRad Screened Mains Flex, Patented LoRad stands for Low Radiation of electric and magnetic alternating fields. Protects your equipment from radiated mains noise as well as from RF pick-up.
The screen protects from the electric fields and the short pitch twisting protects from and cancels the magnetic fields. This will typically result in a cleaner sound and more accurate transients, which in turn give you a tighter bass, better 3-Demension presence and stereo definition. Closer to the truth.
Besides this, the human health aspect should be considered. It is scientifically proven that magnetic alternating fields affect the human cell growth.
Supra LoRad Screened Mains Flex
The one and only approved for flex applications.
A Swedish world patent.
Hi-Fi and studio systems
Measurement and laboratory equipments
For people sensitive to electric/magnetic radiation
In any application where electric/magnetic interference is critical
LoRad 1.5 & 2.5
Supra LoRad is the sole audio grade mains cable in the world with full European safety approval. SUPRAs screening concept is patented worldwide by Tommy Jenving.
Safety approved in compliance with HD 21.5 S3
|The Lorad Concept
LoRad is a mains flex with patented screening for connection of audio equipment to 230V mains. The screening minimizes the interference from electric alternating fields, protecting from both radiation and pick-up. For cancelling of magnetic alternating fields the LoRad is cabled with a short pitch twisting. LoRad, the only approved screened mains flex. Owing to the patented design the drain wire is eliminated and instead the screen is automatically connected to earth via a green semi-conductive plastic on the earth conductor. This enables the cable to pass the flex test of 2x30,000 bending strokes without damage, for safety approval, whereas a drain wire would cut through the insulations during the test. The LoRad is very flexible owing to the multiwire conductors. Each conductor is made of 320 tin plated copper wires.
The earth conductor is semi-conductive!
Tips and Tricks:
A simple way to check the cable radiation is to use an AC field sensor.
|Hold the AC-sensor against a cable and if it lights up it means the cable is radiating noise fields. Of course, the cable must be connected to the wall socket that is switched on.|
|Check Supra LoRad in the same way and you will find that
it does not in-dicate any noise radiation. Please make sure it is connected to
an earthed socket.
AC-sensors are available at Supra dealers or electrical stores.
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